Lipscomb University Sustainability News
The A Rocha Student Chapter at Lipscomb hosted a table at the Student Involvement Fair
A Rocha is an international Christian conservation organization, and we now have a Student chapter here on campus.
Environmental restoration project in the middle of Green Hills
Students and community members met on Tuesday the 23rd of August to tour an environmental restoration project in the middle of Green Hills.
Great opportunity to learn about Lipscomb University's MS degree in Sustainability.
Tuesday, August 23 Class Visit: Sustainable Earth Systems with Professor Dodd Gaibreath The first course in our graduate sustainability curriculum is Sustainable Earth Systems. In sustainability's triple bottom line, earth systems provide us with the template for efficiency and survive. Our first fall class meeting will take place Tuesday,August 23 and will begin with a field trip and lecture at Monroe Harding.
Six alums recognized at 2016 Nashville Emerging Leader Awards
Six Lipscomb alumni were named finalists of the 10th annual Nashville Emerging Leader Awards, sponsored by The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and YP Nashville, and held on Thursday, Aug. 4 in Lipscomb’s Collins Alumni Auditorium. Lipscomb alumna Jaclyn Mothupi (’12, ’14) was among the winners.
Emily Stutzman Jones received statewide recognition for her dedication to campus community engagement.
The Tennessee Campus Compact (TNCC), a statewide-member organization of college and university presidents committed to service-learning and community service, ended its program year by a professional development training and awards ceremony at Middle Tennessee State University.
ISP graduate student Maria Tsamasiros on Fox 17 news
Watch ISP graduate student Maria Tsamasiros on Fox 17 news discussing metal recycling at Lipscomb.
Lipscomb veteran students and community members have joined forces to help construct an accessibility garden at the Hands On Nashville Urban Farm
Lipscomb veteran students and community members have joined forces to help construct an accessibility garden at the Hands On Nashville Urban Farm. The garden is the senior project of Coast Guard veteran Andy Myers, a sustainability major at Lipscomb.
A small group of students attempted to tackle the mountains of trash produced as students move out of the dorms at the end of the school year.
As the initial project for Lipscomb’s new student chapter of A Rocha, an international conservation organization, a small group of students attempted to tackle the mountains of trash produced as students move out of the dorms at the end of the school year. The Move-Out Waste event was held on May 4th and 5th, two days during peak move-out time.
Lipscomb Academy Green Team has been chosen the Tennessee Primary School of the Year AND the National Primary School of the Year!
NES visits the Green Team at Lipscomb Academy
A simple inquiry led LAES Green Team on a year-long quest to find why there was no life remaining in the campus creek in 2014-15. After physical/chemical testing and planting 75 species of native vegetation, plant and animal life returned within 6 months.